Israelite Festivals and the Christian Church

Israelite Festivals and the Christian Church

The Israelite economy was not only interested in the holiness of space, the tabernacle and its rituals, but also in the holiness of time. Humans are creatures of time and space and it was God’s intention to meet with them in both spheres of their existence, in time and space.

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Observing new moons in the OT

I have not been able to find a biblical reason for observing new moons in the Old Testament. Where can I find it?

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A Note about Easter

A brief review of the Easter celebration and how it relates not only to the resurrection of Jesus, but why it has become a major festival in the Christian world and how it relates to the biblical record.

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Reinventing Ancient Rituals?

Some church members where I live are teaching that it is necessary for Christians to observe Israelite festivals. Is this a biblical requirement?

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Passover and Pentecost: Optional or Obligatory?

Biblically based response to Dr. Bacchiocchi's thesis that the festivals have value for Christians.

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Should Christians Observe the Israelite Festivals? A Brief Statement of SDA Understanding

A substantial response to the claim that the Israelite festivals are also for Christians.

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